New part­ner­ship to pro­mote films Comic take on Bol­ly­wood films

Yorkshire Post - Culture & The Guide - - FILM -

A CIN­EMA and busi­ness cen­tre in Sh­effield is to lead a pro­gramme to in­crease aware­ness of spe­cialised and Bri­tish in­de­pen­dent films.

The Show­room Cin­ema and Work­sta­tion will col­lab­o­rate with other mem­bers of the BFI Film Au­di­ence Net­work, called Film Hub North.

And they have an­nounced a new part­ner­ship with Sh­effield Doc/Fest and Cineworld for a pro­gramme of new doc­u­men­taries which it is hoped will at­tract au­di­ences from across York­shire. A full list of events will be an­nounced later in the year. A NEW com­edy, in­spired by Bol­ly­wood films, will take to the stage as part of the World Curry Fes­ti­val.

How to Make A Killing in Bol­ly­wood is a play about two best friends who de­cide to quit their jobs in a take­away restau­rant in the hope of mak­ing it big in the In­dian film in­dus­try. But how far will they go to re­alise their dreams?

There will be two per­for­mances of the play at Brad­ford’s Al­ham­bra Stu­dio on June 21, one at 2.30pm and one 8pm. For tick­ets call the box of­fice on 01274 432000.


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